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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, JULY 5, 1903.
13 BTABLEAND CQRHAL: YOUR HORSE nwds clipping now. I do the work quick and good. En sign's Livery and Sale Stable. Cot. urst and Adams Sts.. Phone Main 96. PALO ALTO STABLES for swell hacks and 7 praters, buggies and snowy saddle horses, Stevens & Wiggins, phone Main 73. 4th Ave., between Adams ami Washington. THE CONGRESS STAGE meets all trains. A. V. Miltenherg, Proprietor. HACKS ON CALL at the Star Livery at 228 East Adams street. Telephone Main 35. Roderick Walker, Prop. First class livery and boarding stable. HIGH HEADED, toppy drivers, plenty of style and 8ped: fashionable bug gies and surreys. Center Street Liv ery. 235 N. Center. A. E. Frank furter. Phone Main 31. TTl E M ET ROPOLITA N Stables turn out first class livery only. 'Phone us your orders. Phone Main 2.16. ON CALL -rli ACKSON CALL Golden Eagle Stable. Tel. Main 61. Busses. Ambulance. Livery. f Modern 5 Room Brick Cottage in Bennett Place r EAST FRONT on SECOND AVENUE; nice porches and lawn; an IDEAL HOME in the very best location. Price f!,500. Terms. 5 or 10 acres, a little west of the old Ward Orange Grove, for $176 per acre. This is, level and well located for oranges. 40 or 60 acres on the Roose velt Road; beautiful sandy loam, 1100 per acre. This is first class orange land. Fine eighty acres, three miles S. E. of sugar factory, J125.00 per acre; this is a beautiful and very level tract of land. Two 40 ft. lots on West Adams St. for J450. South front. SO Acres. 5 miles south of Mesa for S50 per acre .Worth 175. E. J. Bennitt & Co. 4-T-H I I I ! 1H1I I I 1 I M l I r 1 60 Acres jj X Six miles southwest of J Phoenix, at a bargain i price. See us quick. :: I! Dwight 6. Heard j; I Center k Adams Sts. I 1MIUHH 1 I I I I rH t-r-rH-t . A fine 10-acre ranch with small frame house, all in cultivation, fenced, good well and pump, 300 young fruit trees, horse, wagon and harness, "30 to 40 brown Leghorn hens. Only 2"4 .miles northwest of Phoenix; a big bargain, but must be sold quick, for $2500. . i Furnished and unfurnished houses in all parts of city. .. COLE BROTHERS. Real Estate & Rental Agency. 210 W. Wash. St. Thone Blk. 2M. M I I I I I I I I U I I I M til 1 I'M'H' IFOR SALE!! " New 4-room modern cottage, ) , 1 with bath, and 5 acres of land . . . . In alfalfa, not far from car line. ;; Price $2350 half caJn baJ- ', ance monthly. Harry C. Thomas tna or inaian car una T Phone County 19. 4IHH i i nun hi mmi H4 I It I Ml I II I 11 II I I IHMt f MONEY-TO-LOAN J on Improved Real Estate. :: Good Mortgages bought : : i u ana soia. E. A. MARSHALL Real Estate and Mort- t gage Investments. 7 W. Adams St. II I I I I I I I I I III I I I I It H t 4imilllllllllllHH FOR BEET. GRAIN. ORANGE. ALFALFA LAND SEE f Harry Kay & Company i Insurance Agents. PHOENIX, ARIZONA. if hi i it in i inn inn i m t- H I WWW t 1 H H Hlfr FOR SALE I T 5-rootn brick house, screen I T room, all modern conveniences, t I Fins lot. CLOSE IN. S3.500. Page Hanlon & Co. t 43 West Adams St. Phone Red 3911. lltl H1I I 1 I i 1 M 1 ! I I I I I I If LIST OF WARRANTS Continued from lot June 2$. 518.00 Valley Bank, Assnd. Acct. Gregg & - Ore- ville RECORD OF LICENSES AND INSPECTION FUND WARRANTS ISSUED. No. Date. Amount. Payee. Purpose.- 1809 Chapter 61. Section 49. Laws 1907. 179 June 22. 4S.00 Ross H. Blakely. ISO June 22. 199S.00 The H H Neil Co.. Me- 181 June 22. 125 25 The Neil 182 June 22. 15.00 L. V. 183 June 22. S5.00 L. t. H. H. Mc- Co Guthrie . . Oivelbess. RECORD OF TERRITORIAL SCHOOOL FUND WARRANTS ISSUED, No. Data. Amount. Payee. Purpose. Chapter 7. Section 8. Laws 1907. 52 June 1. I1SS5 Kirke T. Moore. lie Instruction. Chapter 67, Section 14. Laws 1907. 53 Jur 21 43 2" The H. H. Mc Neil Company . Paragraph 2 64 June 25. 50 01 W. W. McKeff. 55 June 25. 60 00 Kirke T. Moore. 5S June 25. 50 00 John D. Loper. 57 June JO. 1SHS.S Kirke T. Moore. RECORD OF TEMPE NORMAL SCHOOL FUND WARRANTS ISSUED. No. Date. Amount. Payee. Purpose. " Chapter 100, Section . Laws 1907. 212 June 1 J48 00 Wm. Freund Sons . . . .' Invitations and Programs. May 13. 21J June 1 20 35 Tempe Hard ware Company. 214 June 21 193 15 Alfred J Peters. Secretary 215 June 21 J5S! Alfred J.Peters, Secretary 21 June 21. 855 00 Alfred J Peters. Secretary 217 June 21. 2480 00 Alfred J Peters. Secretary 218 June 21. 82 84 The Tempe Wn- ter Department 160 00 A. Nielsen . . . 85 28 The Phoenix Engraving Co . 219 June 21 220 June 21. 221 June 21 20 00 Pacific Cream ery Company... Ice Book. April 12-My 15 50 Laird Dines. Supplies. January lfl-May 19 10.75 A. M. Ha rmer. . Supplies. February 9-April 27. 25 61 The Boston Music Co Music January 26. February 26 28 J2 Bausch Lomb Optical Co Supplies. June. 222 228 224 June 21. June 21 June 21. 225 June 21 226 June 2! 8 65 D H Burtis. .. Supplies, May. 227 June 21. ! 90 Bircaett Bms ...Supplies. January 2-Anrll 10 t:i June 21. 20 70 Mr. H R. Ste phens Pictures. May. !2 June 21. 16.00 Steele A Draper. Window shades. May. 230 June 21. 62 19 The U W. Blinn Lumber Co. .... Lumber. May. 231 June 2! J" 82 H, W. Ryder. .. Lumber. May. 232 June 21. 27 65 Consolidated Tel . Tel A Elec tric Co. Phone rent. June, service May. 81 80 Tempe Water Department- Water. May.-- ; . . $6 55 ' Tempe Light A Power Co. Sen-Ice, -May.' 13S June 21. 34 June 21 235 June 21. 240 00 Geo. N Gage. .. - - 80 95 Dorris-Heyman Furniture Co. . . 410 00 Alfred J. Peters.- Secretary 286 June 21. 237 June 21. RECORD OF TEMPE NORMAL 8CHO0L BUILDING. . FUND WARRANTS I8SUED. . No. Dste. Amount. Payee. Purpose. Chapter 101, Section 4. Laws 1907. 21 June 21. J21S7.60 Clinton Camp bell 22 June 21. 42 75 Thornton Fitz- hugh RECORD OF NORTHERN ARIZONA NORMAL SCHOOL FUND WAR RANTS ISSUED No. Date. 92 June 1, 93 June 1. 94 June 1. 95 June 1. Amount, Payee. Purpose. Chapter 100. Section 8. Laws 1907. - " ' 88.25 Flagt-taff Electric Light Company, Stirvice, supplies. April. 9.09 Arizona Lumber & Timber Co. ..Lumber. April. jn.oo E. A. Sliker Salary as secretary. April. 41.75 The Baily-Banks & Biddle Com pany, Engraving and printing. May. 200.00 E. A. Sliker, sec retary Employees' salaries. May. 895.00 E. A. Sliker. sec retary, Teachers' salaries, June. 96 June 1. 97 June 1, 98 June 1. 64.20 Kirke T. Moore.. 8.57 Arizona Lumber & Timber Com- pany, , 99 June 1. RECORD OF' UNIVERSITY FUND WARRANTS ISSUED. No. Date. Amount. Payee. Purpose. Chapter 100. Section 10, Laws. 1907. 23! June 2. 31745 55 K. C. Babcock. President Payroll, May 232 June 21, 35.00 Library of Con gress Cards, Library, May. . 233 June 21. 9.00 Arizona Dal.ly Htar. Subscription, March 1. 1909-Mareh 1, . 1910. 234 June 21. 24 86 Arizona Lumber :& Mill Co Lumber, May. 235 June 21. il.71 K. C. Babcock, . President Sundry expenses, September 21, 1901- . f May . 1909. . 238 June 21. 11.25 Citizen Printing & Publishing Co. Subscription, December 81. 1907-June ' ' ' . 30. 1909." 237 June 21, 238 June 21. 239 June 21. 240 June 21. 241 June 21. 242 June 21. 243 June 21. 244 June 21. 245 June 21. 6.65 F. W. Brown & Company, . . 72.00 Franklin i . : Heighton; . & . . 18. 1912. 72 00 Willis P. Havnes, Insurance.- Fireman's - Fund Policy, Main Building. May 18, 1909-May 18. 1912. 7.50 Howard & Smith, Nursery stock, February. 10.00 Frank C. Kel- -.-'. ton, ..Lettering diplomas. May. 817.70 r: E. .A. Kim ball Printing, May. , 75.00 K. C. Babcock, President, Assnd Acct. W. J. Mc- Gee Commencement address. June. 40 80 W. E. Murphey.. Insurance. Science Building. Febru ary 15, 1909-February 15, 1912. 60.53 Albert Steinfeld & Co Supplies, April-May. ISSUED BY THE TERRITORIAL AUDITOR Page Nine ) .... Cement, Florence, June. Preparing assessment rolls relating to live stock. May 20-June 10. ...Printing brand hooks, May. Printing extra . brand hooks May. . Salary as Inspector. January. . Preparing transcript from assessment oils relating to live stock. June May salary as Superintendent of Pub Supplies, Superintendent of Public In structlon. May. 145. R 8. 1901. Services as Member. Board of Exam iners. Quarter ending June 30. Services as Member, Board of Exam Iners. Quarter ending June 30. Services as Member, Board of Exam iners. Quarter ending June JO. Chapter 7. Section 8, Lbts 1907. June salary as Superintendent of Pub lie Instruction. Suppliee. February 1-18, March 19 April 1-27. Employees' salaries. May. Expenses. May 15-June 2. Employees' salaries. May. Teachers' salaries. May 17-Jun 11. Water, April. Insurance. Science RuiWing. 1909-May 17, 1912. Engraving. May 15. May 17 Insurance, main bulldjng. April 1. 19"9- April 1. 1912. and April 11. 1909 April 11. 1913. Supplies,' February 19-AprU 1. Employees' salaries, June. Fifth payment on contra ot, GVtnuaaiuro building, Judo. Two per cent, on certificate issued June, to Clinton Campbell, as per contract. Gymnasium building-. Per diem and mileage, meeting Board of Education. May. Lumber. May. .Crating photos. May. Insurance, iartous buildings, fixtures anl furniture. May 18. 1909, to May J46 June 21. 28.80 The Southern Arizona Bank & . '. ' -,t Trust Co Insurance. Dining haJI, Mav , 1908- May 6. 1911. 47 June 21. 82.00 Thayer & Whit- . .. field Engraving, May. 248 June 21, 20.05 Tucson Hay & Grain Company, Hay and grain, April-Mav. 249 June 21 10.00 K. C. Babcock, President. Assnd. Life. Subscription and Advertising. Acct. University May. 250 June 21. 25.00 K. C. Babcock,' President. Assnd. ' . ' :" 1 Acct. Arthur E. - Yundt, Music, June. I . RECORD OF UNIVERSITY BUILDING FUND WARRANTS ISSUED. No. Date. Amount. Payee. Purpose. Chapter 101, Section 5, Laws 1907. 1909 21 June 23, t 20.00 Martin's Elec trical Works,. .. Extra wiring. Science Building. May: REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS The Following Transcript of Records of Deeds Recorded During the Week Is Furnished by the Arizona Ab stract Company. Fred A. Woolsey and wife to CI. H. Coffin, deed to WH section 14 3N IB. , W. J. Murphy and wife to J. A. Cashlon. deed to 8Wi section 29 2N 4E. Maricopa Loan and Trust Co. to John Northcutt. deed to EH SVi and N 30 A W(4 SW4 21 2N 3E. Arizona Lodge No. 2 F. & A. M. to Henry Jennings, deed to KVj lot I. block 2. Greenwood Cemetery. Jos. Tompkinson and wife to Wm. E. Kile, deed to S4 NE4 section 25 2N IE. John T. Dunlap and wife to Ida Wel come, deed to lot 6. block 48, Capilot Addition. C. T. Baker and wife to Henry W. Davis, deed to EH NWVi section 18 IS 4V. John N. Baldwin to W. McFrederick and wife, deed to part SE section 29 IN 6E. Charles A. Stauffer and wife to Sarah J DeMund. deed to lots 23-25. block "B." Bennett Place. Mrs Mary A. Stapley and husband. to William Fredericks. deei to SWi; NWH SE4 section 29 IN 6E. A. P. Spilsbury and wife to J. S Peterson, deed to S4 SE'i NEVi section 21 IX 5E F. G. Kay and wife to Maud Barry. deed to lots 1-3-5. block 25. Phoenix W. M. Flckaa to J F. and Addle L Smith, deed to lot 13. Norma Place L. E. Hewins and wife to R. F. Washburn." deed to lots 5-7. block G. University Addition. United States to Nie p. McCallum. patent to N USE1 and N4 SW4 sec tion 27 IN 2E. J S Van Winkle to C. W. Good man. deed to Hij PEVi section 2 2N IE E P. Grimstead and wife to J. S Van Winkle, deed to W(j SWVJ section 14 ?N JE. J S Van Winkle to H W Berry- man. Tr. deed to BW'4 SWi section 25 2N SB. Valley Bank to A. Wharton, deed to lots 13-17. block 27. Grand Avenue. Nellie Swetnam to William McFad den. deed to 5 A SEV; SEH section IN 3E L. E. Robvn to C. N. and C F. Wil son. deed to lot 5, block 2. Collins Addition. H. C. Thomas and wife to D I Armstrong, deed to lot 5. Bolts Sub. O. H. Loch et al to Margaret Pecks deed to lot 20, block 39. W. Capitol Addition. i .Tempe Land Improvement Co to Ralph L. Alexander and wife, deed to lot 3. block 16. W. Tempe C . T. Baker and wife to T. K. Bur ris. deed to lot 2 NW4 section 18 IS. 4W. E. L. Rodman and wife to Fl B Blaekmer. deed to lots 5-7-9-11-13 block 19. Grand Avenue R. P. Kusler and wife to F. M Avis, deed to SE14 section 15 IN 2E R S. Kusler and wife to F. M Avi deed to S4 SWVi NEVi section 6 IN 4E. L. J. Rice and wife to EVans Paxton, deed to EH SWVi section 1 IN IE C. S. Evans and wife to C. B. Pax- ton, deed to 2 A SE1; section JO 2N 8E. Sherman Investment Co. to Ethel Doon, deed to EH lot 27, Lincoln Place. July Century Fiction. The hot weather number of The Century will be unusually strong In fiction the leading feature, a com plete novelette by Dr. S. Weir Mitch ell, entitled "The Society of the Guil lotine." Alphonse. of Dr. Mitchell's A Diplomatic Adventure," is a im porta nt character; and the scenes are set in Paris during the American Civil War. In this number, too. will be published the second of the three anonymous "Thirteen at Table" tories. The title of this is "The Waiting Hand;" and the story is based on a gruesome clause in an actual old New England will. The reader is left to guess whether Mar garet Deland. Dr. Mitchell or Owen Wister is the author. There will be other short stories humorous enfs- by ' Lucy Pratt and by Charles D. Stewart. Woods LI rer Me41e1n la HaoJif form regulates the llrer, reltare sick headache, constipation. It Is particu larly recommended for Jaundice, Chills, Ferer and Malaria, Its tonic effects ob 0 entire system are felt with the Brat dose. The 11.04 bottle contain t times as much as the 56c size. Pleasant to take. LARSON'S-DRUO CO. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Phoenix. Arizona, Land Office. Serial No. 016167. June 3. 1909. Notice is .hereby given that the Santa Fe Pacific Railroad Company, by Howel - Jones, its Land -Commissioner, has filed in this office its application to enter, under the provisions of the Act of June 4. 1897 (30 Stats , 36). the following described lands, viz.: All of sections twenty-eight and twenty-nine, the east half of the east half of section thirty-one, and all of sections thirty-two and thirty-three, in township four north, of range one east in Arizona. Any and 11 persons . claiming ad versely the lands described or desiring to object because of the mineral char acter of the land, or for any other reason, to the disposal to the appll- FOR 8ALE Four room brick house, good loca tion, for 11100; J 250 cash, and the balance on monthly payments. tour room frame with two screen rooms, plenty of shade and only one block from the Washington street car line. Price J1250. One lot close to car line and not far out for J250. on easy payments $10 and 15 per month. Two lots on East Van Buren street for 8400. easy payments; 110 down and J 10 per month takes the two. 80 acres fine sandy loam, only J!5 per acre, on liberal terms. FOR RENT 5- room frame house, 18 per month for the summer. 1 6- room brick house, J15 per month for the summer. Furnished rooms for light house keeping on application. B. G. PECKA Real Estate, Loans Sl Insuran Phone Red 8993. 510-512 W. Washington St. cant, should file their affidavits of pro test in this office, on or before the 24th day of July, 1909. FRANK H. PARKER, Register. First published in Arizona Republi can, June 9, 1909. CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior, Unite States Land Office Phoenix, Arizona. June 26. 1!W9 A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed in this office by Ralph D Jones, contestant, against Homestead Entry. No. 1622. 02594. made May 20, 1908. for SH. SEy4. Sec. 21. and N'4, NEi. Section 28, Township IN, Range IE. G. & S. R- meridian, by Peter Los, deceased, contestee. in which it is alleg ed that Peter Los, deceased, failed to comply with the homestead law, in that he never established his bona fide residence on said land, never cultivated or improved same during his lifetime, with the exception of building a small fhack thereon but never occupying the same after it was built, and that since the death of the entrymaji the heirs, executor and devisees have failed to establish residence or cultivate and improve said land; that more than six months have elapsed since the death of said entryman, and that the heirs, ex ecutor and devisees have failed to com ply with the requirements of the homestead laws as above set forth; that the only known heirs and devisees are Anna Kistermaker. niece of said Peter Los, living at Billingham, Wash ington: and Anna Kistermaker, sister of said Peter Los, living at Billingham. Washington; the executor being H. A. Severinghaus, living at Phoenix, Ari zona, said parties are hereby notified to appear, respond, and offer evidence touching said allegation at 10 o'clock a. m. on December 7, 1909, before the register and receiver at the United States land office in Phoenix, Arizona The said contestant having. In a proper affidavit, filed June 28, 1909, set forth facts which show that after due diligence personal service of this notice can not be made, it is hereby ordered and directed that such notice be given by due and proper publica tion. FRANK H PARKER. Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Phoenix, Arizona, Land Office, Serial No. 0618a. . June 4, 1909. Notice is hereby given that the Santa Fe Pacific Railroad Company, by How el Jones, Its Land Commissioner, has filed in this office its application to enter, under the provisions of the Act of June 4. 1897 (30 Stats, 36), the fol lowing described lands, viz: The northeast quarter of the south east quarter and the southeast quarter of the northeast quarter of section six. and the northwest quarter of the southwest quarter and the southwest quarter of northwest quarter of sec tion five, in township four, north of range one east of the Gila and Salt River Meridian, Arizona. Any and all persons claiming ad versely the lands described or desiring to object because of the mineral char acter of the land, or for any other reason, to the disposal to the appli cant, should file their affidavits of pro test in this office, on or before the 24lh day of Julv, 1909. FRANK H. PARKER, Register. First published In Arizona Republi can, June 9, 1909. CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior, United States Land Office. Contest 750 Serial 01234. Phoenix. Ariz.. June 10. 1909. A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed in this office by John T. Whitney, contestant, against Home stead Entry No. 1503, Serial 04234, March 28, 1908, for lots 1 and 2 and Kit NW!4 Section IS. Township 2N, Range 4 E, Meridian by William C. Griffis, contestee. in which it is alleged that the entryman has failed to com ply with the homestead laws in regard to residence and cultivation in that he has failed to establish his home on the land and that the said land is unim proved and uncultivated, that said en tryman has never established a resi dence on the land having left the coun try many months age. Said parties are hereby notified to appear, respond and offer evidence touching said alle gation at 10 o'clock a. m. on September 15, 1909, before Register and Receiver H I M M I I I I I I I I I t 1 1 I There is Only One Way ii T FOR YOU I Whether the things we've been Indianola T Are so. T we have Go with us and made concerning see. property will be round with us. fully apparent "IT'S i Southwestern "IT'S Next to Postoffice. IfH I I I I I I I LI I I HI t I H I I Visit the Sugar Factory SEE FOR YOURSELF Streams of beets going in; bags of sugar coming out. THEN VISIT PHOENIX TRUST COMPANY'S OFFICE. They will sell you the land that produces the beets at a price so low you can pay for it by raising two or three crops. PHOENIX TRUST CO. 16 West Adams Street. ft! Do you want this beautiful 3-aTe suburban homef Fine young orchard. One acre of alfalfa. To appreciate this you must see it. Special price for quick sale. COSTLEY & THOMPSON'S REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. 31 W. Adams St. 3C at Phoenix, Arizona, at 10 o'clock a. m. The said contestant, having in a proper affidavit, filed June 2, 1909, set forth facts which show that after due diligence personal service of this no tice can not be made, it is hereby or dered and directed that such notice be given by due and proper publication. CHAS. E. ARNOLD. Receiver. m i m i t 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 i n 1 1 1 n i-1 MONEY TO LOAN J In amounts to suit J t On improved farms; On improved city property. Phoenix Trust Company 16 West Adams St. 41 H I I M l I I 1 I t 1H lit I I l i t-1- OiiiiMiHiiimmuHi t FOR SALE OR TRADE. . A good 40-acre ranch, all In alfalfa. Good barn and hou.se; good fences, and will make an ideal dairy farm. The owner will trade for good city prop erty. For particulars see me at once. A. R. TAYLOR. 7 West Adams St. 4IIIMI1 1 H 1 I 1 I 1 V t ififH HI I 1 I I 1 I I ! I I I M 1 M 1 I I I I I 1 TO KNOW telling you about We can back up every statement T indianola. Its value as an investment to you if you will go over the T THE SOIL." Realty Co.!! THE SOIL" Phone M 280. ? 1 HI I I I I II I I r im 1 1 1 ti h-h. Pretty Brick Cottage Nice yard, etc. $1850 On easy payments. $2.30 down, balance small monthly pay ments. Valley Realty & Trust Company 34 W. Adams St. FOR SALE A bargain in income property close in. Owner must sell. v Eigfct lots In Near'8: addition, $1600. W. M. Fickas 17 North First Avenue. Fire Insurance, Surety Bonds, Real Estate, Mortgage Loans.